Today in World War II History—25 May 1944
75 Years Ago—25 May 1944: US VI Corps from Anzio joins US II Corps from the Gustav Line, near Littoria, Italy.
US VI Corps takes Cisterna, Italy.
German paratroopers raid the hideout of Yugoslavian partisan leader Tito, almost capturing him—and visitor Randolph Churchill, son of Winston Churchill.
Countdown to D-day: Outgoing mail from US soldiers in in Britain is impounded until after D-day as a security precaution.